2016

As an athlete, one of the last things I expected was to develop arthritis. However, I did. To me, arthritis meant I had to slow down, get a cane, and keep my legs elevated at all times. My doctor helped me to understand that I could continue living my life with some simple modifications to my daily routine. I did not have to give up sports. I created this blog to help other athletes who have been newly diagnosed with arthritis. With proper nutrition and the right lifestyle changes, you do not have to give up the sports you love.

2 Reasons To Stop Avoiding Annual Health Checkups

21 March 2016
 Categories: Health & Medical , Articles

As you begin growing older, your fear of going to the doctor for a routine health checkup may increase. A lot of people do not want to hear what the doctor has to say, and they would rather live life not facing reality. While this is a common way of thinking, it is not the best way to view this. Annual health checkups are important, and they could actually save your life. Read More …

3 Qualities to Look for When Choosing an In-Home Healthcare Worker for an Alzheimer’s Patient

11 February 2016
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Looking after an Alzheimer's patient isn't easy, and it takes a certain kind of person to offer high quality in-home healthcare. Therefore, when searching for an in-home health aide for your loved one, make sure you choose a candidate with the following qualities: Patience Alzheimer's is an extremely difficult condition to live with, and it's very likely that your loved one will become angry and upset from time to time, particularly when they have trouble remembering simple things. Read More …

4 Treatment Options For Psoriasis

6 January 2016
 Categories: Health & Medical , Articles

Psoriasis is a chronic skin disease that is characterized by the development of thick scales and itchy, red patches on the skin. While this disease can't be cured, many treatments are available which can ease your symptoms and improve your quality of life. Here are four treatments for psoriasis. Topical Corticosteroids Topical corticosteroids are the most common treatment for psoriasis and can come in the form of ointments, creams, or lotions. Read More …

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Tips for Athletes With Arthritis

As an athlete, one of the last things I expected was to develop arthritis. However, I did. To me, arthritis meant I had to slow down, get a cane, and keep my legs elevated at all times. My doctor helped me to understand that I could continue living my life with some simple modifications to my daily routine. I did not have to give up sports. I created this blog to help other athletes who have been newly diagnosed with arthritis. With proper nutrition and the right lifestyle changes, you do not have to give up the sports you love.

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